What It Is
Since the 1950s, families have enjoyed playing Rack-O, a fun-filled rack 'em up card game. This new edition features high-quality cards with bold numbers, but the classic gameplay is the same. Players randomly slot 10 cards onto their rack. Then the race begins to draw and discard until one player positions 10 cards in numerical order. Like many card games, Rack-O is part skill and part luck of the draw, so it's easy for younger players to understand and play. Add more challenge to the game by varying the rules—instead of getting cards in basic numerical order (1—10), try playing where everyone has to position 10 cards in numerical order with only even numbers or multiples of three. You can really tailor this game to age and skill level.